поездка ; путешествие; вояж ; прогулка ; рейс ; состав вагонеток;
путешествовать; совершать путешествие; совершать поездку; совершать рейс
- The All the Year Round Christmas Number for 1865, "Mugby Junction" ( CS 19), which includes the ghost story of "The Signalman", has for its setting a great railway junction in the Midlands (Rugby), and CD's journalism contains many references to railways, e.g. "A Flight" ( RP ), which vividly evokes the journey from London to Paris by train and boat.
- It was around Lake Baikal that the woman in pink had been able to share in her daughter's delight with the journey.
- It claimed that people feel more in control of their lives if they are inching forward on a journey, rather than waiting for something to happen.
- Not that there had been anything problematical about the journey to La Paz - just the normal anxieties.
- It was about ten minutes long and he had before him a two-hour train journey.
- (Gen. 12.1) So Abram set out on a journey where faith rather than sight would be the guiding light, seeking a home, a city, a country.
- This journey, which seems to involve a plan to deal in drugs, takes the three to a ghost town where the others become separated from Lockett.
- Natural end of journey begun by Pilgrim Fathers is Warhol's Marilyn, he wrote.
- The events that it scans during its journey are conceived as the experiences of a positive vector.
- Boredom and fatigue will lead to the tendency to take naps but whether this should be encouraged or resisted depends upon details of the journey.
- The journey home each afternoon seemed endless.
- My return journey with the soup took twenty minutes; the soup was cold, and the Empress had fallen asleep in her chair.
- The journey had made her worse, and when she reached my parents' house, she collapsed in pain on the settee, from where she was unable to get up.